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The Kaya Lahakani

The Kaya Lahakani Project


The Kaya Lahakani Project, established by THE TUNG TEIYA DAHAMANI FOUNDATION, stands as a beacon of empowerment within underprivileged communities, particularly in the Northern sector of Ghana. Launched on March 11, 2023, this flagship initiative is meticulously designed to address the unique needs of young girls, offering them a transformative pathway out of poverty and towards sustainable livelihoods.


At its core, the Kaya Lahakani Project aims to provide young girls with invaluable vocational skills, breaking the chains of poverty and offering a gateway to economic self-sufficiency. By focusing on skill development, the project seeks to empower these girls with the tools they need to carve out brighter futures for themselves and their communities.

Key Achievements

The project has achieved significant milestones since its inception:

Empowering Young Girls:

To date, the project has provided 25 sewing machines, 5 hairdressing machines, and 5 smock weaving machines. These tools serve as instruments of empowerment, equipping young girls with practical skills that open doors to economic independence.

Entrepreneurship Training:

In November 2022, the project conducted entrepreneurship training, with a focus on pastry making. Ten women underwent this training, receiving not only knowledge but also raw materials to kickstart their enterprises, promoting economic self-sufficiency within the community.


The Kaya Lahakani Project has been made possible through the generous contributions of materials and resources, enabling the foundation to empower young girls with valuable vocational skills. The following materials have been donated and utilized for the success of the project:

Sewing Machines:

25 sewing machines have been generously donated, providing the essential tools for teaching sewing skills to young girls, fostering economic empowerment through this valuable trade.

Hairdressing Machines

5 hairdressing machines have been contributed, facilitating the acquisition of hairdressing skills among young girls and offering opportunities for economic self-sufficiency in the beauty industry.

Smock Weaving Machines:

5 smock weaving machines have been provided, allowing young individuals to learn the traditional craft of smock weaving. This not only preserves cultural heritage but also creates avenues for sustainable livelihoods.

Entrepreneurship Training Materials:

Raw materials for pastry making were supplied during entrepreneurship training in November 2022. These materials served as the foundation for ten women to kickstart their enterprises, promoting economic independence within the community.


The Kaya Lahakani Project extends beyond tangible tools and training; it fosters a profound impact on the lives of young girls. Beyond the acquisition of skills, the project instills a sense of empowerment and independence, creating a ripple effect that positively influences the entire community.

Future Plans

Looking ahead, the Kaya Lahakani Project is committed to expanding its reach and impact. The goal is to provide even more young girls with the skills and opportunities they need to chart their paths towards a better future. The project remains a testament to the foundation's dedication to addressing the root causes of poverty and creating a lasting impact through investment in the potential of youth.

The Kaya Lahakani Project embodies the foundation's ethos of sustainable development and empowerment, contributing to a world where every individual, regardless of their background, has the opportunity to lead a dignified life free from the hardships of poverty.

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